Bouldin is a big point guard with a great feel for the game. He has the ability to see over smaller defenders and survey the court with good court vision in locating open spots on the floor, often creating easy scoring opportunities for his teammates.
Despite leading the ACC in scoring in 2009-10, Delaney decided to return to Virginia Tech for his senior campaign. He was afforded the opportunity to withdraw from the draft because he never hired an agent during the pre-draft process.
Johnson is a very quick combo guard with unique size and strength. He has worked very hard over the past three seasons to develop his overall game and this year it really began to flourish. He was the second scoring option behind F Luke Babbitt, helping the Wolfpack to a 21-13 mark before getting ousted by Rhode Island 83-84 in the NIT's 2nd round.
Wise's quickness and overall basketball scoring acumen rate high in his favor. He doesn't have elite size, but his ability to get to the free throw line has been one of the more impressive aspects of his game. He will likely go undrafted, but he could very well end up in one of the developmental leagues.
It is common knowledge in the basketball world that when David Stern walks to the podium to announce the first pick of the 2010 NBA Draft, Kentucky’s freshman point guard, John Wall, will already be making his way to the stage. But there are several big “what-ifs” to consider, and if any one of them comes true, Wall could make the second team in the draft very happy.
Scheyer, fresh off an NCAA Championship, leaves the Duke University program as the 32nd all-time leading scorer in the history of the school. In addition, the Northbrook, Ill. native shot nearly 38% from 3 point land during his tenure as a Blue Devil.
Bledsoe played second fiddle in the shadow of fellow freshman mate John Wall this past season. Some scouts feel that he has a skill set comparable to Wall's, maybe even on par. It’s very rare that two freshmen from the same team and position declare for the draft and both have consideration as lottery picks. Look for Bledsoe to go somewhere in the middle of the first round in this year's draft.
Favors, who attended South Atlanta HS in Atlanta, Ga, did his best to justify many of the recruiting services who rated him as the #1 prep basketball player in the country in 2009. After a stellar freshman season, it is widely believed that Favors could be a top five pick in next month's NBA Draft.
The 2008-09 unanimous Big 12 Freshman of the Year posted one of the most productive seasons in the history of Sooner basketball for a Frosh. He has been lauded for his ability to create for either himself or teammates. Scouts are more than likely to be concerned with the injury issues he dealt with in 2009-10.
John Wall is one of the most dynamic and electrifying players we've seen in the college ranks in quite some time. With his blazing speed and great decision making at the point, Wall is a sure lock for the number one pick in this year's draft. Leading the helm of a very talented and deep Wildcat team, Wall was able to orchestrate dazzling plays and blow by the opposition, often creating easy scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates. What really excites GM’s and scouts about Wall’s game is the confidence, calmness and leadership abilities he displayed as a freshman.